Another busy weekend of sport awaits Cornwall.

Truro will travel the distance for the second week in a row in the Vanarama National League South to face 9th placed Bath City.

The team is in uninspiring form with a string of poor performances, having been torn apart by Hungerford Town on Monday, losing 5-0. Relegation is a looming possibility for the club, and the club have conceded the most goals of all teams in the league.

Exeter face Plymouth Argyle at Home Park in the second Devon Derby of the season on Saturday, as fourth placed Exeter go into the game looking to extend their unbeaten run to 12 games. Plymouth meanwhile are currently nine points ahead in second, with promotion places in the sights of both sides.

Redruth RFC travel to Gloucestershire to face Cinderford on Saturday, in a bid to make it eight wins in a row. The team are third in the National League Two South, as the Cornish side are four points off Bishop’s Stortford and Chinnor, who are equal on points at the top of the league.

Falmouth Rugby Club will take on 11th placed Plymouth Argaum, aiming to extend their lead at the top of the Tribute Cornwall/Devon South West Division table. Falmouth have only lost a single game this season, and will hope to make it 17 wins in total.

In what is possibly the biggest international Rugby fixture of the year so far, Wales take on England on Saturday in the 6 Nations at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff.

Wales’ George North and Dan Biggar are still doubts, though will be given time to show their fitness after picking up slight injuries against Italy.

England completed a Triple Crown, beating Wales 25-21 in the 2016 Championship. England also won 27-13 at Twickenham in a summer tour warm-up match in May.

Italy welcome Ireland in the reverse fixture, with France facing off against Scotland on Sunday afternoon.